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Creepy house for sale after the owner dies – and is buried in the garden

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This creepy house has been put up for sale after its owner died… and was buried in the garden.

A haunting notice warns potential buyers the last man who lived there wanted to be laid to rest in the back.

Estate agents added he was born, died and lived his whole life in the three-bedroom terrace in Middleton, Leeds.

His family agreed to his final wish to be interred at the property which is now up for grabs at £125,000.

It has gone on the market with a warning for potential buyers, LeedsLive reports.

On the Zoopla profile, a description reads: "Please be aware this property is being sold by family members as part of a relatives estate.

"It was the deceased's wishes to be buried in the garden as he was born and died in the house.

"This wish has been carried out and the property will be sold as is."

The next owner would get an entrance hall, a living room with a wood stove, sliding doors through to the conservatory, a "pine" fitted dining kitchen, three "good size bedrooms" and a white suite bathroom.

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Outside, at the front of the property on Sissons Street, there is a shared drive and the back garden – the final resting place of the last owner – has a lawn and wood sheds that are perfect for storage.

Estate agent Manning Stainton points out that part of the garden is currently rented from Leeds City Council. There is no onward chain.

One Direction star Liam Payne recently sold his "haunted" LA mansion after it languished on the market for two years.

In October 2017, the 27-year-old admitted he believed the place was haunted and said his ex Cheryl refused to sleep upstairs.

He explained that a woman had approached his mum on the street and insisted the ghost of the previous owner haunted the property.

Liam said Cheryl refused to sleep upstairs when she was pregnant with their son Bear.

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